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Revolution not Evolution: the UK’s Government Digital Service

Revolution not Evolution: the UK’s Government Digital Service

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About this Event

22 May 2014 @ 12:45
About the Speech:
 
In his keynote address, Mike Bracken will discuss how he is transforming the UK government’s engagement with technology. Having led the development of GOV.UK, an internationally recognised digital platform which brings together all government services and information in one place, Mr. Bracken will share his insights on how to make government more agile, open and “digital by default”.
 
About the Speaker:
 
Mike Bracken was appointed Executive Director of Digital for the UK government in July 2011. He is leading the transformation of public sector services to a "digital by default" model, building and championing a digital culture that puts the user first and delivers the best, low-cost public services possible. He heads up the Government Digital Service, part of the Cabinet Office that has been globally recognised for its work on building world-class digital services. Mr. Bracken previously worked at Guardian News & Media as Digital Development Director, co-founded e-democracy site My Society, and was a Director/Shareholder at technical services company Wavex.
 

Theme: Digital Future 

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